Pepperdine Caruso Law Completes Second Year of SEED Program
This past academic year, Director of the Restoration and Justice Clinic Professor Tanya Asim Cooper, and Director of Admissions, Student Information and Services Nicole Serleto Chavez, co-led the second consecutive SEED (Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity) seminar at Pepperdine Caruso Law with 11 faculty, administrator, and staff participants. SEED is a nationally recognized program that deepens the bonds of community and unity through identity exploration centered around topics of diversity, equity, inclusion, privilege, and oppression.
Caruso Law is pleased to offer SEED again this 2021-22 academic year to faculty, staff, and administrators.
2020-21 SEED participants:
Missing from the photo is Dean Chalak Richards: